Your own Star Wars story?

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A T.V Special where Snoke, Yoda and Palpatine all sit in a room and try to out troll the others. It would be iconic, truly iconic.
 

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The Comedy Central Roast of Mace Windu
 

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STAR WARS: Rule of Two
The epic telling of Darth Bane's rise, and fall?
Boba's early years in between ep 3 and 5
Boba crawling from the sarlaac(who care about plot just boba killing lots of people, he's passed been in a sarlaacs stomach and some has to pay.)
I still refuse to believe his apprentice won, and think that he has always been THE SITH LORD just making sure his next body is strong enough for him, before stealing their body. I like my sith everlasting.
 

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I just want Grand Admiral Thrawn to be canonized. If they made the Thrawn Trilogy into canon movies, it even "alternate universe" movies, my life would be complete.
 

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I would direct a star killer mini series, run time would be similar to works like The Stand. It would follow Galen Marek from birth until he is cloned, and would have a different story than the games.
 

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Ahsoka's near death experience of trying to outrun order 66 in every nook and cranny she can find. Girl should have her own show after the heartbreaking ending she had on Clone Wars.
 

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I have actually been tossing these ideas for a few years now, but I'd like to see a series of books (or maybe even a show) about a team of imperial intelligence agents tracking down and eliminating rebel cells and activity. Kind of like how Wraith squadron was written but focusing on the imperial side.

Also had one about a surveyor (kind of akin to and 18th/19th century naturalist) that flies into the unknown regions to document the unusual stuff she finds.
 

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I would produce a live-action series set during the post-Clone Wars era, focusing around a Separatist holdout group. The series would follow their efforts to survive the Empire's mop-up operations, have them witness the horrors of Imperial reprisals and other atrocities, and follow the group's personal struggles and ideological shifts as they transition from a Separatist holdout to a cell of the growing Rebel Alliance. Characters would include a former member of the Separatist Parliament, a mercenary who came out on the losing side, a mixed squad of reactivated battle droids, a patriotic Separatist starfighter ace and a broken-down Jedi Knight who escaped Order 66, only to have to side with his old enemies to survive.
 

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I'm a huge fan of the Empire, but most of all, I'm in love with everything in their navy, from the TIE Fighters to the Executor Super Star Destroyer, I love it all, and if I had the chance to make my own Star Wars story? I'd keep it focused where in my opinion it shines the best, in space aboard an Imperial II-Class Star Destroyer, with two main protagonists, one being a brand new TIE Pilot who is trying to survive the war and the other being the Commodore who is in command of the ship.

Oh and I'd also love to see a non-canon official book about what could have happened if either Luke signed up to the Imperial Accademy as he mentioned to his friend in a deleted scene from Episode 4 or if the Empire actually managed to destroy Yavin IV.
 

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Fear and Loathing in Mos Eisley.

"We were somewhere outside Beggars Canyon, in the middle of the Dune Sea, when the drugs began to take hold . . ."

(Que speeder zooming across desert)
 

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A standalone film of the viewpoint of the Empire during it's glorious days.
 

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A acsion adventure game set in star wars along the lines of God of War and the last of us with some uncharted thrown in. You play as a gruff mangolorain merc that stumbles on to a dark plot revolving around a young Jedi padawan. You need to uncover the plot and the conspiracy to sacrifice the boy to revive Darth Bane. Throw in some Co-op play where your freind can be the padawan and you set. We will get to explore the mystical side of the force have our merc learn to love some one and the padawan will learn that there is more to the world than the Jedi teachings.





Or hey 501st mini serries filmed like the pacific or band of Brothers. Some good old Vaders fist flying around eradicating rebel scum.
 

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I just want Grand Admiral Thrawn to be canonized. If they made the Thrawn Trilogy into canon movies, it even "alternate universe" movies, my life would be complete.

Thrawn is cannon. He has 2 books, appears in star wars rebels and mentioned in other books. He all do alive after his space whales attack in rebels. (they kind of had to remove him from the original trilogy, since you know he is thrawn. But he is alive some where.
 

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Obviously in both canon and legends: Thrawn
In canon I liked Rae Sloane
In legends I liked Admiral Daala too
 

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A TV series of Obi-Wan and Qui-Gon. Kinda of a grittier thematic and overtone from Qui-Gon as they face down enemies throughout the Outer Rim and Wild Space, with a light hearted, naive, and idealistic Obi-Wan trying to smooth the edges on his master. I don't want a single scene on Coruscant after the first episode (Where they meet at the temple and head off on their first mission) and I want the Jedi council to be a road block/nemesis to Qui-Gon as he attempts to reign in the Outer Rim with less than Jedi means. Obi-Wan keeps trying to correct Qui-Gon to do things by the book. In the end they learn to compromise and that Obi-Wan is going to need to think outside the temple if he's to succeed and that Qui-Gon can't lose touch with training and risk going to the dark side.

And an X-COM esque, top-down strategy video game. Something like Imperial Assault but on PC.
 

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Republic Commando's TV series is all I'm gonna say on the matter. Delta Squad is even canon thanks to the Clone Wars series. Why hasn't this happened yet.
 

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I know, I know. Way to revive a really old thread, but—

I've actually been wanting to write a series focusing on the Outer Rim following the fall of the Empire at the Battle of Jakku. Imagine a gritty, Game of Thrones-style book series (although a live action film or TV series would be amazing too), where every character is very morally grey (perhaps more like morally brown), and where crime families vie for territory, slaves, spice, credits, and ultimately power over one another—trying to make the most of the chaos brought about by the Empire's fall, of the instability of the early New Republic.

Main characters would be as varied as a Twi'leki slavegirl (who also happens to be a thief) doing whatever she must just to get herself out of slavery—a defected Stormtrooper who is driven to near to madness by the horrors of war, kept sane by her wife (only to subsequently lose her wife to slavery at the hands of Crimson Dawn, and later become a cybernetically-enhanced member of the Guavian Death Gang to seek vengeance on the organization responsible)—a young, likeable Hutt (a rare breed) crime lord pressured to impress his very prestigious family members and earn his place as a member of the Hutt Clan, who progressively degrades into a ruthless monster that makes Jabba look tame, etc. etc.

Ultimately though, the quartet (of books) would focus on the families at the very heart of a new Great Crime War spreading across the Outer Rim. There's a clear lack of clarity (:P) between the transition from the crime organizations of both the Hutt Cartel and Crimson Dawn being at their respective peaks, to organizations such as Haxion Brood, the Guavian Death Gang and Kanjiklub being prominent some 30 years later, so this story would really detail how those crime clans rose and fell across the reaches of the Outer Rim, and who was involved.

Anyways, this has been my semi-regrettable 1 AM rant, but I just had to get this out of my head and into words because it's a premise that really excites me.

(Edit: Also, if it were up to me, I'd want a Sarlacc-scarred-but-nonetheless-alive Boba Fett in there for good measure. Kept alive on the brink of heat-induced insanity by the Twi'lek slavegirl out of something like compassion, or perhaps pity. But once he came around and stopped hallucinating, his memory would be all but gone, at least for some time. His bond with this young girl would grow into a father-daughter sort of relationship, as he, completely unarmed both physically and mentally, would became the property of the local, brutal crime lord, just like her. After the amnesia progressively wears off some months later, he would have to face the self he was, as the self he'd become. A quiet, loving father figure who used to kill for a living? Which would he choose to be? Of course, ultimately the ghosts of his past would come back to haunt him, perhaps leading him to kill the local crime lords himself; resolving his moral character as more of a freedom fighter than the bounty hunter he was, and perhaps later realigning with Legends wherever possible... Yes, I need Boba Fett: Mand'alor to be canon again already.)
 
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